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    MC V machine, OSP U10M control. Heavy Tool

    Having trouble putting new tool in the tool data page. Need to add a heavy tool. Must be missing something. Procedure attached. I cannot highlight the tool I want to edit

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    Re: MC V machine, OSP U10M control. Heavy Tool

    Put D as in dummy tool beside the L designated for this
    Heavy tool is different again as it changes in one motion but slows tool changer --------Large emptyies the spindle and then brings the large tool in

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    Re: MC V machine, OSP U10M control. Heavy Tool

    Large emptyies the spindle and then brings the large tool in
    hy Ishingleton that is basically what any tool change does

    large requires the nearest pots to be empty, so between tool out from spindle, and new tool in, there is atc motion / kindly
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    Re: MC V machine, OSP U10M control. Heavy Tool

    Heavy Tool and Large tool are two different things in the control

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    Re: MC V machine, OSP U10M control. Heavy Tool

    I seem to remember that for large tools, the toolpots on either side need to be "dummy" pots.
    If the adjacent pots were cleared, then, setting middle pot as large would set adjacent pots as dummies.

    The same may required for "Heavy"
    ... note... this setting may not be available on your machine. Ones I operated, it did nothing

    ( if in a production type environ.)
    I also remember there was a procedure that cleared the entire magazine, or was it setting pot1=tool1 etc... I can't recall
    Someone else would have to chip in with that info.

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